“Migration Crisis” and the Far Right Networks in Europe: A Case Study of Serbia

@inproceedings{Laeti2018MigrationCA,
  title={“Migration Crisis” and the Far Right Networks in Europe: A Case Study of Serbia},
  author={Marina La{\vz}eti{\'c}},
  year={2018}
}
During the 'migration crisis' Serbia has been a transit country. However, several thousands of migrants and refugees remained 'stuck' in the Western Balkans after the closure of the Balkan Route, and issues related to their potential integration provided a platform for Serbian far right movements and parties to establish new and stronger relationships with their European counterparts. This changed the far right landscape in the Western Balkans and allowed anti-European narratives to strengthen… CONTINUE READING

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